In her corner. Gwyneth Paltrow’s children, Apple and Moses, gave their testimony on Tuesday, March 28, amid their mom’s ski crash trial.The Goop founder’s daughter, 18, and son 16, whom she shares with ex-husband Chris Martin, spoke out in support of Paltrow, 50, after she was sued by doctor Terry Sanderson for allegedly crashing into him on the slopes in 2016 and leaving him injured.
Paltrow, for her part, filed a countersuit, claiming Sanderson, 76, ran into her during the collision.Moses recalled “briefly seeing the collision” while skiing alongside his instructor, according to his deposition, which was read to the jury by one of Paltrow’s legal team. “I recognized the equipment she was wearing because I know what she wears when she skis and then I realized it was my mom.
So I was standing around and I realized it was my mother,” he explained of the incident. “When I skied over, I heard my mom yelling at the guy.
She was saying something along the lines of , ‘What the F-word? You just ran into me.’”Apple, for her part, said in her deposition, which was also read aloud to the jury on Tuesday, that she didn’t see the accident but recalled hearing a commotion soon after.Read more on usmagazine.com